Wonder Mask + Coconut Oil Hair Mask, $2.99 at Garnier
This aptly named Wonder Mask is infused with the beauty world's obsession, coconut oil. Your dyed hair needs all the protective nourishment it can get. This mask coats your hair and keeps it from getting dry and brittle. With regular use, you should notice healthier and happier strands.
Ciment Thermique Blow Dry Primer, $37 at Kérastase
One of the fastest ways to get manageable hair is with the help of a primer, since dyed hair can get very rough and tough to tame. This leave-in primer helps with breakage and split ends and is easily transitioned into your morning routine — just apply it, blowdry and head out the door.
Triple Sec 3-in-1, $26 at Ulta Beauty
This spray doesn't just add instant texture to your hair, it also adds volume and absorbs excess oil — which is what makes it so great for your third-day hair. It's also a dry shampoo and has UV filters to protect your hair from sun damage.
Elixir Ultime Oil Serum, $50 at Sephora
A serum is a must for dyed hair to quench locks in need of constant nourishment. This serum is a blend of oils and is the best damage repair treatment for dyed hair. It works on all hair types and doesn't just add shine, it also keeps your hair hydrated. You can use it before or after you blowdry your hair.
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Bb.Color Gloss, $34 at Bumble and bumble
Is your dye job really worth it if your hair gets damaged over time? This treatment is an instant hue enhancer and will add much-needed gloss to your hair for that new-haircut shine.
Browsing Pinterest and Instagram for hair inspiration is the honeymoon phase of coloring your hair. After the job is done, that’s when reality sets in. While hair dye can give you the mermaid tresses or flowing red locks you’ve always lusted after, it certainly is not kind to your hair in the process.
Split ends, breakage and lackluster hair are only some of the issues you may have to deal with after you get your hair dyed — and then there’s maintaining the color itself. Even if your hair is healthy and looks great, you have to make sure you keep up your aftercare regimen. The good news: The hair care world has heard your call for help, and they seriously delivered. From miracle masks to hair protectors, here are five things you need if you plan to dye your hair.
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